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of unreal, too. an unreal performance with only four weeks remaining in the n.f.l. teams jockeying. eagles met in philadelphia the cowboys atop the nfc east. they had more than their opponent to worry about. mother nature decided to show up in a snowstorm but neither snow, wind could slow down mccoy, including touchdown runs of 57 and 40 yards and the eagles would go on to post the 34-20 victory. joining us from philadelphia is john henry smith. john, just how bad were the playing conditions there at lincoln financial field? >> good packin' snow. i hit my producer with this one. very good. very good. i tell you what, the rest was 2-point conversions. they fumbled seven times. eagles were better. they fumbled only one time. from a historical standpoint, how good was his performance? >> well, from a historical standpoint, the guy whose record he eclipsed was a guy who didn't even wear a face mascot, one of the leather helmet guys, steve van barrel 205 yards for years and years, mccoy breaks that today. the incredible thing about what mccoy did today, he only had 51 yards at halftime. he had
by the roman eagles and his hope of heaven in the roundel of the virgin and child above his head. this monument in itself is a wordless combination of the christian and the classical. this is the pantheon, the most perfectly preserved temple of ancient rome. scholars like bruni and the artists of renaissance florence had a passionate love affair with antiquity. the humanists recovered and translated the texts, the artists studied the statues and the frescoes. but they were not simply copying the achievements of the ancient world-- they were transforming them. this renaissance design for an ideal city uses classical architecture to create a perfect environment based upon reason and order. and in perhaps the most famous image of man by a renaissance artist, leonardo da vinci is illustrating the roman author vitruvius. man, in his ideal proportions, is the measure of all things. out of their preoccupation with classical harmony and proportion, renaissance artists created these new images of man and woman. [bells ringing] inside the palazzo vecchio, the 5,000 or so florentines who had the right to
the supremacy of the market. the theory that trickle down helps the pork is an illusion the only eagle day two of the day on the cbd that that's it the conference has emphasized that its yep it's that sound won't need is to help hold his lead by example sending extravagance focusing attention on sensitive to the likes of mike with us. and to reach the government unveiled its independence from on tuesday i made to pay for investment in next year's referendum his office an optional toppings that the country would have full control of the toxins on north sea oil revenues. but keep the pounds and retained the queen as head of state. scotland and england considered politically union in seventeen eighty seven holes cut he said. it's all about independence with a good diet eat during economic consequences and seven ties and bread early hours of wednesday to political leaders emerge from coalition talks to announce the reached a deal to govern the country for the next four
against your eagles. >> it's tight. -- i'm calling abou lbe liquito c o bn th cssctn lossesndelngf1 tte yis ie of will catch a bid as soon as we get interest rates that go appreciably lower, so let's not sell it now. lumber liquidator, i know it does have operational problems and it is growing like a weed, but i don't want you to jettison oowf1 don't want you to jettison >> let's gto osin lodaf1 >> how's ii you? otidngi ulbu you want pl tt d 'noles. i covered football in 1977 and '78. pam in new jersey. pam! >> hi, pam, it's pam from new jersey, i just want to give you a great big boo-yah shoutout for everything that you do. > wa tsatohe lived in e mr. svobyoarmyo 1 litle- apecte it. ilies together. >> yes. >> here's my question, regarding epzn. they had a pullback, it's partnered with celgene. what are your thoughts. >> what stock did you mention? you mentioned apple. i would buy apple, what was the sponsored by t.d. ameritrade. >>> what's happening with chart industries? here's a company we've liked for a long time. major maker of cryogenic equipment and as well as lng stores and eng
the camera and here is a look at the flight over australia. >> that is terrific. if you see that sea eagle call the authorities. >> you have been busted. >>> you never get a second chance to make a first impression. it is terrible. there will be wonners no questions about. that but there will be millions of losers. too. >> that's the oklahoma republican john coal to say it is too late for obama care to make a good impression. and here is ja mu green that is a fox news contributor. >> thank you, alisyn. and thank you la rss, can you make a good second impression? >> i don't think so. >> i don't think so. everyone will remember the crash and burn of the website. the biggest problem as we did forward in the new year people will fine sticker shock. they don't have money to buy the new plan and go bare. and some people are going to get sick and die with serious illness and next fall as we head to the 2014 elections, a lot of people who got grandfathered will get cancelled again and get sticker shock right before the elections and people in small businesses will be cancelled out. and the employe
in the camp in bangkok eagles supporters to fly to the finish and bring down the gospel and administer you look a lot who won a confidence motion in harlem last week says there is no question of her resignation between protesters and riot police dragged on into the evening. demonstrators pressing their demand that prime minister again looks to watch step down. security forces used tear gas and water cannon to keep crowds at bay. protesters keep trying to storm the buildings including government headquarters. undeterred by concrete barriers and barbed wire. on monday police began shooting at protesters using rubber bullets at least two people were reported hospitalized. after days of escalation as the government has also issued an arrest warrant for sixty forty rule protest leaders attempt to bond on charges of insurrection. that is punishable with life in prison or death. that came after she said tuesday was the deadline for the prime minister to resign. in its day getting to know what listens to people and consents to returning. then on we will treat you to know what's going to stay becau
" tonight. a bird takes an incriminating selfie. a sea eagle snatched a video camera that scientists had set up to record crocodiles in australia, capturing its own wings flapping -- what a give away -- and later its own curious face. scientists say next time they plan to bolt the camera down. >>> the rare gold up for auction tonight, one of the gold medals jesse owens won in the olympics. he shattered a record, issued a challenge against racial bigotry. finishing first in four events at the games in nazi germany. this is the medal he gave to his friend, bill "bojangles" robinson. that's robinson on your left there with owens. the whereabouts of the other three gold medals are unknown. >>> it's our here, our tradition, the classic carol about the 12 days of christmas. this year the total for those gifts would be $27,393. that's up nearly 8%. why? labor costs. nine ladies dancing are charging 20% more this year. ten lords-a-leaping can be a bargain. eight maids-a-milking, exactly the same price. why? the federal minimum wage is still $7.27 an hour. >>> next tonight, the perfect play, a moment
an eagle eyes out of said that the government demonstrated tolerance to the protesters however he warned the demonstrators about the responsibility for their actions. it teaches you a certain political forces without any constructive play and pushes protests and violence. the little store my ministry buildings which hinders the work of government agencies. it is a criminal offense. i want to ask you so called leaders of the street protests. the one taking responsibility for these actions the protesters continued to storm the building of the ukrainian cabinet of ministers on wednesday the deputies from the opposition parties said that they would not work and to the government resigns the speaker of the faculty of the bout was forced to close the meeting the passenger train derailed in bangladh in these four people were killed and over fifty injured. the accident happened because some unknown people dismantled the rails the law enforcement officers reported the rest of two suspects. the accident took place on the backdrop of the transport blockade the clear by the bangladesh nationalist pa
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. the philadelphia eagles won, by the way, 34-20 over detroit. both teams are winners when you think about what they played in. the highway patrol says eyes and bad visibility to blame in this pile-up in milwaukee countiy, wisconsin. 18 wheelers jack knifed and cars smashed into them. more than 40 vehicles wreck individual. police up and down the shore of lick michigan are advising people, guess what? stay home. >>> headed toward the east coast now, it is not wisconsin cold, but it is certainly nasty. 31 degrees and freezing. it is making for an interesting day at reagan national airport and that's where we find our erin mcpike. people are still encouraged their flights will get out, but how many flights are actually stuck right now? >> reporter: well, we've got a lot of freezing rain coming down right now, deb, which we've had for the past couple of hours and because of that freezing rain u.s. airways especially which cease a lot of air traffic coming in and out of this airport has cancelled a number of the flights this afternoon and this evening and there are also a number of delays. we've se
three simultaneous snow games in the lions/eagles game, detroit had seven fumbles in the 34-20 eagles victory. the other snow games were also relatively high-scoring. the journal reports that an average of 53.8 combined points in these games was more than any other snowy sunday since 1991. >> wow. >>> speaking of the weather, flightaware.com reports 1,300 flights have been canceled today. for more on where it's headed next, we are joined by jim cantore of the weather channel. and, jim, it looks like a lot of areas on the east coast have been getting pretty rough mornings and rough commutes. >> yeah. we're on the northern fringe up here in andover, massachusetts, which is about 25 miles north of boston. 93 moving nicely behind me. a lot of people watch the weather religiously. at 5:30 this morning, that was the same traffic we had here on this interstate. not surprising people getting out and getting things done early. by the way, the 1,300 flights you mentioned canceled today nationwide, 700 of them are once again out of dallas and mostly american flights. so huge problems continue in
was at philly. the lions lost to the eagles about look at the snow. thissen a small amount of snow. they got, depending on the area of pilly, somewhere around five to ten but you can see the pileups at the feet. they have to make the line markers so you can see the line so they can make calls. this next one, baltimore and minnesota, baltimore winning this one but minnesota is at baltimore so this is an outdoor game and it was challenging iful. this next one, the dolphins never played that well in the snow but did yesterday. they were at pittsburgh yesterday, and pittsburgh lost to miami 28-34. the snow was problem, but, well, the pittsburgh fans, you know that the real problem is. kind of like people in washington. rg3 did not have a good day. you wonder when this is going to pass for rg3. in the snow, kansas city had come to town, and, man, beat the rg3 out of them. 45-10. snow was big factor in a lot of games yesterday as we can see on the big wall. >>> younger north korean leader has turn on a member of his family. kim jong-un, you heard about him. but they're making moves in north korea
as the eagles do fly and beat detroit. >> that's my picture. >> this was the picture that jim was tweeted from his seat yesterday. >> i can't see sean. >> you don't have to worry about it. that's first quarter activity. the nfl stops for nothing. >> sean mccoy, 217 yards rushing, breaking a team franchise record, a record set in '49. >> one of the great things was his interview after. he said, i want to thank steve for putting that number up but records are made to be broken. he is a fabulous guy. >> it is fun to play in snow like that. >> the eagles have the fewest soft tissue injuries of any team. they had no one on injury. they have strength and conditioning. navy seal. never talk about plan. i saw mccoy in the summer. the practice ends and he is not quitting. he says, no, i want more practice. >> the punishing his body has taken. >> they got rid of andy reid's taco tuesday and fast food friday. they were doing snow angels. sorry, brent sellic, you got denied that touchdown. >>> speaking of the snow, the east coast is getting slammed by this snowy icy mix. a travel nightmare. more than 1,00
's too high. >> i've seen you watch an eagles game. >> during halftime i tweeted. >> really? >> i tweeted that i was looking at the charts. and i tweeted the mad money team in the box. but no. i do not tweet during the game because that's bad luck. that's bad karma. and remember, my karma, what i wear determines whether the eagles win or not. >> of course. >> except for one time when i went to tammy reed and i said she was the former eagles head coach's wife. i said the reason i wear is i wear number 87 every week. she said, i checked with the coach. he disagrees. it is weird even if it works. >> whatever you're doing, keep doing it. four straight. >> oh yeah. i'm wearing the silly hat, the jersey and the silly throwback jacket. >> breaking team records. >> just -- it's miraculous. it's miraculous. it's decker-like. >> four touchdown passes i believe. >> i'm raising price target decker. >> yeah. >> i'm going to buy, buy, buy josh gordon even though he's in cleveland. these are important recommendations i'm making right now. >> seriously, what a weekend in sports. >> sports is just -- but
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's worrisome to people. i'm totally cognizant when i looked at the charts during the halftime at the eagles game, they took my breath away. stocks are relentlessly plugged higher. and pretty much at this point i think in an unnatural way. they need to cool off for a couple of weeks. and today felt like the beginning of a cool-off. you want to know if the sell-off will last? all you have to do is pay attention to tomorrow's resurge. if we get more downgrades like 3m, and they work, and we get nor internet downgrades and they move the stock lower, we'll go lower still. but if we get buy reiterations, they might stem the decline. research is that powerful. the buyers want reassurance to keep buying, not downgrade. you know what? i think the buyer is getting away. stay with cramer. >>> mad about "mad money"? immerse yourself into cramer's world while you watch the show with zeebox. on your phone, tablet, or on the web, get sneak peeks. go behind the scenes, and join the conversation. download the free app today for the ultimate cramerican adventure. in a world that's changing faster than ever,
want to tell you, we've got a big game sunday. my lion against your eagles. >> it's tight. -- i'm calling about lumber liquidators. i bought some shares back about a month ago, and now they've been hit with a class action suit with wall and proctor, and i'm thinking of cutting my losses and selling. >> i don't know, look, i've got to tell you, this is one of those high-growth stocks that will catch a bid as soon as we get interest rates that go appreciably lower, so let's not sell it now. lumber liquidator, i know it does have operational problems and it is growing like a weed, but i don't want you to jettison it right now. too low. >> let's go to ross in florida. ross? >> how's it going? >> pretty good, ross, how are you? >> i have a question about b & p. >> look. it's interesting.c p. >> look. it's interestinm p. >> look. it's interesting. noel people do not buy second tier. i'm not kidding, i would buy deere. you want to play that end of thing, let's buy deere and go 'noles. i covered football in 1977 and '78. pam in new jersey. pam! >> hi, pam, it's pam from new jersey, i ju
the snow in the eagle bad business model country is suffering from without. in india. it was odd that the fall. that from my two thousand and six. the size of expediency diesel forces to confront and i did get up at the end it's up to the extent of the contras. it was not good marks from residences as well instead expert in cds of the tuna steak and foremost he's a clever and so does the deadwood on and walk outs unknown treasures to move into the automatic people might get women to men. didn't and it had ended. it is from medical bag each then of cause the small office of tongue probed and went to mt where the book where around. texas' has to move into the top says david mcleod said visits to this was inevitable but on ec will resume monday. but the excesses and aggressive attack on and on the stick what does like every human conflicts have received these as human problems. definitely will get to vegas. i'm excited because i did this only because france in two thousand and ninety one. as passive as prison tough minded an idea addicted in the distance did not decrease and it's di
be -- abercrombie again top of the list. yesterday i think it was janny that upped american eagle to say they were in the best position. but -- >> there's a small accessible fund that has put a letter out essentially saying get rid of the ceo. seems as though they watch the show. >> i put the ceo on the wall of shame. >> i don't know. engagement is the name of the firm. small firm. the people behind it once worked at relational, which is one of the largest activist firms. >> if jefferies were to go -- listen to me, board, not that you care. an mf would be up 15% the minute the man said i don't want to renew my contract. you could have a terrific, terrific next career. >> it's not clear to me this funding in and of itself has the ability to chang anything but there is an expectation perhaps, jim, that you get one person saying it publicly and others perhaps with more power will follow and i can tell you boards listen more closely than they ever have. >> when you have 40,000 shares, that would be an embarrassment. evelyn davis, has a few shares, make a stink. >> gad fly, yes. >> you have 400,000 sha
about some of those eagle eyed investors now watching what the dollar trade is. traderers were saying we were trapped in the range for most of the week. and the focus and direction will come today when that hits the tape. so far, we are seeing a drift off that euro/dollar trade. perhaps this shows us the direction of sentiment already because it was a very strong pop yesterday on the euro after mario draghi continued to juggle those policy tools out there. so 1.3669 for the dollar/yen rate. 103 was the level. 102 is the handle right now. we had the autumn statement by the chancellor yesterday showing us the momentum really is behind growth here. so we are holding currently, but this may all change as we get that jobs print coming out stronger than expected. the australian dollar has been under enormous pressure. 90.5 is the level we're seeing on the boards. back to you in the studio. >>> coming up, becky isn't the only one who fears the iphone's wax of the keyboard. could ryan seacrest have a solution for her? we'll find out unbelievable. he's nfl, he's "american idol," he's doing that g
its self in a frame for an eagle selfie. >> two new york favourites will spend some time together. the piano man, will be a recurring act at maddison square garden. >> maddison squared garden was the place for me. >> he plans to play a concert every month. they'll start in january and keep going as loppings -- as long as his fans turn up >> look at this picture, of morgan freeman. it looks like a photograph. it was created with an ipad and a finger. it took artist kyle lambert 200 hours to create the image. as we wrap up the first shower stephy is here with some stories we are following. >> the engineer at the control of a derailed train in new york city was dazed. it was going 82 miles per hour when it left the tracks, killing four. vice president joe biden arrives in chooena, in meetings with chinese leaders. he is expected to discuss a territorial dispute. pensioners are taking a hit in michigan and illinois. on the same day he's lifting sanctions. lawmakers past a bill to cut retirees benefits. ahead in the next hour, rebooting obamacare, now that the health care website is i
light is so far from here that we're going to have to -- >> you mean eagles -- >> how'd you know? >> broncos, come on. >> win out, win out zip have to tell you it's too far and that's the big issue for me, which is the earnings are going to be pretty good i think but they're so far away. in the interim we do 3%, maybe people start talking about the fed impotent here, all that kind of talk, which by the way, the real estate investment trust have been signaling this. they're like hammered relentlessly. >> they never really got off the map from when we first started hearing. >> finally we got a year where shorting the ten-year worked. after years of saying this will be the year, that finally worked. >> i told you so. >> we're 176? >> we're up over a hundred basis points. >> look, the numbers for mortgages are bad. a lot of people think that's bad for banks. that's a risk business that's not as great as the no-risk business of paying you 0.8 on a five-year cd. cd rates still -- still not going up! if you want to examine what the banks are doing -- >> it's like the prime rate. it alwa
lots, american eagle, five below, below consensus. and you can see what's going on four retail. this is what the stocks have been doing this week. so it's been a very, very ugly week for certain retailers out there. let's look at where we stand in terms of the economy. good numbers on the jobs report. q3 gdp was better than expected. some of it was inventory building. auto sales were pretty good. highest in six years. home sales in october best since 2008. the ism manufacturing is the best in two years and cyber monday up 20%. but there are balancing issues here. ism services were a disappointment. the september home sales were disappointing and we talked about how the retail sales reports have been somewhat disappointing. all in all, guys, the bottom line is, slow improvement in the economy offset by some disappointments, like what's going on in retail. enough to argue, however, slow, slow improvement and the stock market is reflecting that right now. guys, back to you. >> all right, bob, thank you so much. >>> earlier this week, we saw the first video of amazon's delivery dro
about philadelphia. that is coming soon. >> absolutely i will be in philadelphia for the eagles-lions game. coverage on al jazeera. now we are talking college football. it was championship game saturday. there was a game that could send shock waves. a win over michigan. they came to play. for the first time this season - 72 yards for a touch down. cook at it again. michigan state up 17-0. early in the second half miller they were late first. miller with a second touch down. six yards out. 24 unanswered points from the buck eyes, and it was party on time. michigan state ended on a 17-nothing run and starting to bin 34-24 to punch a ticket to the rose ball, knocking ohio state out of the b.c. s picture. across the football nations, the buckeyes loss. tiger on tiger. number 3 and number 5 share a nickname. nick marshall shared the ball with missouri three time via a fumble. losing two of them. mason 194 yard and two scores in the first. auburn 28-27 at the break. whatever was said the half-time did not work. corey grant at 55 yards, that score. put the hurt on the tigers and missou
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